Guide for Applicants. Call for Proposal:

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Guide for Applicants. Call for Proposal:"

Transcription

1 Guide for Applicants Call for Proposal: COSME Work Programme 2014

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction... 3 II. Preparation of the proposal... 3 II.1. Relevant documents... 3 II.2. Participants... 4 II.2.1. Consortium coordinator... 4 II.2.2. Consortium partners... 4 II.3. Registration and validation of participants... 5 III. Proposal Submission... 6 III.1. Description of Work (DoW)... 7 III.1.1. Section 1: Objectives of the action and implementation strategy... 7 III.1.2. Section 2: Management structure and procedures... 7 III.1.3. Section 3: Work plan Work packages and deliverables... 7 III.2. Budget... 8 III.2.1. Budget Overview (Administrative Forms)... 8 III.2.2. Detailed budget (Technical Annex 2)... 8 a) Proposal Cover Sheet... 9 b) Tables 1 and 2 Expenditures and Revenues... 9 c) Participants Budget... 9 IV. General rules on the budget of the action... 9 IV.1. Eligible Costs IV.1.1. Eligible Direct Costs IV.1.2. Eligible Indirect Costs IV.2. Non Eligible Costs V. Evaluation of Proposals VI. Award Annex - Checklist

3 I. Introduction The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) manages EU programmes and initiatives on behalf of the European Commission. It implements part of the Competitiveness of Enterprises and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (COSME) programme, in particular calls for proposals included in the yearly work programme. The COSME Work programme 2014 is available at: This Guide for Applicants contains information aimed at guiding potential beneficiaries through the mechanics of preparing and submitting a proposal. It provides guidance on how to complete and submit a proposal from the content point of view, and to prepare the estimated budget. This Guide is based on the rules and conditions of the COSME programme, the COSME work programme 2014 and the derived calls for proposals. The Guide does not in itself have legal value and does not supersede those documents. II. Preparation of the proposal II.1. Relevant documents COSME grant opportunities are published in the website of DG ENTR 1. With the exception of ad-hoc grants, COSME calls are also published in a dedicated section of the Research and Innovation Participant Portal (the Participant Portal). The main documents relevant to any COSME call are the following: Call for proposals Guide for applicants Model grant agreement These documents are made available in the dedicated part of the Participant Portal under the heading Call documents

4 II.2. Participants The call text sets out the possibilities and requirements in terms of the number of potential beneficiaries of the grant covered by the call. Two types of grants may be distinguished with regards to the number of beneficiaries of the action: Mono-beneficiary grants: The grant agreement is signed between the Agency and one beneficiary entirely responsible for the implementation of the action. Multi-beneficiary grants: The grant agreement is signed between the Agency and a consortium of multiple beneficiaries led by a consortium coordinator. The consortium is responsible for the implementation of the action. Two types of beneficiaries may be found in COSME actions: consortium coordinator and consortium partners. In addition, the call text allows the participation of affiliated entities in the consortium. II.2.1. Consortium coordinator In case of a proposal submitted by a single applicant (mono-beneficiary grant), the coordinator is the sole entity to fill in the forms and in the event the proposal is accepted, the coordinator will be the sole beneficiary of the grant and the sole responsible for its proper execution. In case of a multi-beneficiary grant, the lead organisation is the coordinator of a consortium established between several applicants (consortium partners) submitting a joint proposal. The lead applicant is the intermediary for all communication between the co-beneficiaries and the EASME and responsible for supplying all documents and information to the EASME. II.2.2. Consortium partners If provided for in the call for proposals, applicants may act in a consortium, submitting a joint proposal. Each co-applicant (consortium partner) will be considered as co-beneficiary if the proposal is awarded a grant. The coordinator and the partners of a consortium shall agree upon appropriate arrangements between themselves for the proper performance of the action. If a grant is awarded, consortium partners would forward to the coordinator the data needed to draw up the report, the financial statements and other documentation required by the grant agreement. They shall immediately inform the coordinator of any event liable to substantially affect or delay the implementation of the action. Entities affiliated to the beneficiary in compliance with article 122 of the Financial Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012, may take part in the action and may declare eligible costs. Each participant organisation shall indicate its affiliated entities taking part in the proposal (section 2.2. of the Description of Work). Each affiliated entity has to comply with the eligibility and exclusion criteria defined in the call. 4

5 II.3. Registration and validation of participants Before being able to apply to any COSME call for proposals, all beneficiaries (coordinator and partners) have to be registered in the Commission Beneficiary Register. COSME shares with the Horizon 2020 programme (H2020) a common procedure for the registration of potential applicants. The procedure is based on the assignation of a unique Participant Identification Code (PIC) to each organisation wishing to participate in H2020 or COSME actions. The PIC is a unique 9 digit number that makes it possible for the Commission to identify a participant. It is used in all grant-related interactions between the participant and the Commission. Any organisation that has participated in a proposal under the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development or in a call of DG Enterprise launched since 2012 is likely to have already received a valid PIC. The Participant Portal offers the possibility to applicants to check whether a PIC has been assigned to their organisation. ('My Organisations' tab'). If a PIC is not yet available for an organisation, applicants shall register their organisation in the Participant Portal. Once the Commission has validated the documents submitted by the applicant the temporary PIC becomes final. However, it should be stressed that any organisation in possession of a temporary PIC is allowed to submit proposals in response to COSME and H2020 calls. The final PIC would be obtained in a later stage. Further information on the registration and validation procedure can be found the H2020 Online Manual. The H2020 Online Manual offers: an overview of all steps applicants need to know for the electronic management of proposals or grants; easy navigation by process steps; a brief descriptions on how to complete the tasks; links and references to: o o o Guidance notes, templates User manuals of the relevant tools Frequently asked questions 5

6 III. Proposal Submission Proposals must be submitted electronically, using the Submission and Evaluation of Proposals programme (SEP). Proposals arriving at the EASME by any other means are regarded as not submitted, and will not be evaluated. A link to the submission platform is made available in the dedicated part of the Participant Portal under the heading Submission Service. Where a proposal is submitted by several applicants, a lead applicant (the coordinator) has to be designated. A group of applicants, submitting a joint proposal is referred to as a consortium. The coordinator submits the application on behalf of all applicants. The electronic submission set comprises two parts: Administrative Forms to be completed on line in SEP Part B and Annexes to be uploaded (in pdf format) by the coordinator The Administrative Forms contain the proposals general information (title, summary, name of participants and budget overview) and the participants administrative data (e.g. organisation s name, legal status, contact information). This information will be encoded in a structured database for further processing to produce, for example, statistics or evaluation reports. This information will also support the EASME staff during the evaluation process. Part B and Annexes contains the substantive part of the proposal. The set of documents included in this section is specific to each call but it will contain at least the Description of Work (Technical Annex 1) and the detailed budget (Technical Annex 2). Editable templates of all the specific documents contained in Part B can be downloaded from the submission platform. Only the documents indicated in the submission platform should be uploaded. Unless specified in the call (e.g. applicants may be asked to upload the CVs of the persons delivering the action as Annexes), any hyperlinks to other documents, embedded material, and any other documents (company brochures, supporting documentation, reports, audio, video, multimedia etc.) sent electronically or by post, will be disregarded. Once the documents have been duly completed by the consortium partners, the coordinator is requested to upload the final proposal to the submission platform. The final documents should be converted (not scanned) into pdf format. A maximum length may be specified for the different sections of Part B, or for Part B as a whole. Applicants must keep their proposals within these limits. Where no page limits are given, or where limits are only recommended, it is in the interest of applicants to keep the text concise to ease the reading of evaluators. The proposal may be submitted in any of the official languages of the European Union. If the submitted proposal is not in English, a translation of the full proposal would be of assistance to the evaluators. An English translation of the abstract shall be included in Part B of the proposal. The Proposal Submission Service User Manual can be found at: ms Proposals must be submitted before the deadline specified in the Call for proposals. It is the responsibility of applicants to ensure the timely submission of the proposal. SEP will be automatically closed at the call deadline. 6

7 Errors discovered in proposals submitted to SEP can be rectified by simply submitting a corrected version. For as long as the call is open, the new submission will overwrite the previous one. Once the deadline has passed, however, the EASME can accept no further additions, corrections or resubmissions. The last version of your proposal received before the deadline is the one which will be evaluated, and no later material can be submitted. Proposals should be registered with the correct call. If registered with another call by mistake, the proposal will be regarded as not submitted. Applicants may withdraw a proposal before the deadline by clicking the withdraw proposal button. III.1. Description of Work (DoW) The description of the action should be provided using a standard template which can be downloaded in the dedicated part of the submission platform (Technical Annex 1). The structure of the DoW is the following: III.1.1. Section 1: Objectives of the action and implementation strategy In this section, applicants are requested to describe the specific objectives of the project, which shall be consistent with the objectives of the call for proposals. The specific objectives of the project should be clear, realistic and measurable through a set of performance indicators (see section 1.4). In this section, applicants shall also describe what the target audience of the action is, and which tools and methodologies will be used by the beneficiaries to reach the proposed target group. Finally, applicants shall propose (if not pre-defined by the call text) a set of performance indicators to measure the impact and success of the action. Those indicators must be quantifiable. Applicants shall define a target for each performance indicator which should be achieved by the end of the project s implementation. III.1.2. Section 2: Management structure and procedures In this section applicants shall first list the organisations taking part in the action. Applicants shall explain in particular how the profile of the proposed participant(s) is aligned with the objectives of the call. Applicants shall also demonstrate in this section the managerial capacities of the consortium. Elements such as the consortium organisational structure, the decision-making process and the existence of externalities which may hamper the implementation of the action shall be described in detail. Finally, a list of Milestones functioning as control points during the implementation of the project shall be provided (see Section 2.3). III.1.3. Section 3: Work plan Work packages and deliverables As a general rule, COSME calls are structured into pre-defined Work Packages (WP). A WP is a building block of the work breakdown structure that allows the project management to define the steps necessary for completion of the action. For each WP, applicants are requested to describe: The specific objectives which shall be achieved by the completion of the WP. The specific tasks and activities which shall be implemented by the participants 7

8 The list of beneficiaries (coordinator and partners) implementing the WP (including their role and main tasks) The necessity of subcontracting any of the tasks (including a brief explanation on how the selection of the subcontractor shall be performed) The indicators used to measure the performance of the beneficiaries The deliverables associated to the implementation of the WP. III.2. Budget III.2.1. Budget Overview (Administrative Forms) The Administrative Forms in the submission platform contain the budget overview which should be filled in online by the applicants. The Budget Overview breaks down the estimated budget of the proposal per participant according to the following categories: (A) Direct personnel costs; (B) Other direct costs; (C) Direct costs of subcontracting; (D) Indirect costs (calculated automatically as 7% of A+B+C); (F) Total estimated eligible costs (calculated automatically as A+B+C+D) (G) Maximum reimbursement rate (blocked cells, pre-defined for each call) (H) Maximum grant (calculated automatically as F*G) (I) Requested grant (J) Applicants contribution (K) External resources (L) Income from the project (M) Total receipt (calculated automatically as I+J+K+L) Applicants shall ensure that the total estimated eligible cost of the project (F) is equal to the total receipt (M). Similarly, applicants shall ensure that the maximum grant (H) is not higher than the total estimated eligible costs (F) as otherwise the submission of the proposal will be blocked by the platform. III.2.2. Detailed budget (Technical Annex 2) The estimated budget of the project should be further detailed using a standard template which can be downloaded in Part B of the submission platform (Technical Annex 2). This section addresses the steps applicants need to follow when filling in Technical Annex 2. 8

9 a) Proposal Cover Sheet Applicants shall fill in the project's name (full title) and its acronym. Standard Latin alphabet and numbers, spaces or underscore shall be used. Any other special characters or symbols shall be avoided. b) Tables 1 and 2 Expenditures and Revenues Table 1 breaks down the estimated expenditure of the project per participant and type of cost. The information in this table is taken automatically from the data of the participants through protected links. Table 2 summarises the estimated revenues of the project; including the EU grant requested, the participants own contribution, any financial contribution made by third parties, and any income generated by the project. All amounts in these forms should be given to the nearest whole Euro (no decimals!). Applicants shall ensure that the total estimated eligible costs are equal to the total receipts of the project. Applicants shall also ensure that the information in these two tables is entirely consistent with the information contained in the budget overview (see section III.2.1 of this Guide) c) Participants Budget These worksheets gather all financial data of an individual participant. They need to be filled in for each participant (including the co-ordinator). All amounts in these forms should be given to the nearest whole Euro (no decimals!). IV. General rules on the budget of the action The budget must cover all eligible costs of the project. The description of all items must be sufficiently detailed and all items broken down into their main components. The number of units and unit rate must be specified for each component on the basis of the indications provided. The forward budget must: show all the costs and revenue that the applicants considers necessary to carry out the project. give an indication on the different types of human resources and their related costs (technical, administrative, etc.); be sufficiently detailed to allow identification, monitoring and control of the operation(s) proposed; be in balance, i.e. total revenue and total expenditure must be equal The EASME reserves the right not to consider unexplained costs items in the amount granted. Amounts must be in Euro with no decimals. Applicant organisations in countries where the Euro is not the national currency are asked to use the official EU exchange rates that can be found on the following website: 9

10 During the execution of the grant agreement, costs which have been incurred in other currencies than the Euro shall be converted according to the provisions of the grant agreement. IV.1. Eligible Costs Eligible costs are costs actually incurred by the beneficiary of a grant which meet all the following criteria: they are incurred during the duration of the action, with the exception of costs relating to final reports and audit certificates; The period of eligibility of costs will start as specified in the grant agreement. If a beneficiary can demonstrate the need to start the action before the agreement is signed, expenditure may be authorised before the grant is awarded. Under no circumstances can the eligibility period start before the date of submission of the grant application. they are indicated in the estimated budget of the action; they are necessary for the implementation of the action which is the subject of the grant; they are identifiable and verifiable, in particular being recorded in the accounting records of the beneficiary and determined according to the applicable accounting standards of the country where the beneficiary is established and according to the usual cost accounting practices of the beneficiary; they comply with the requirements of applicable tax and social legislation; they are reasonable, justified, and comply with the requirements of sound financial management, in particular regarding economy and efficiency. The beneficiary's internal accounting and auditing procedures must permit direct reconciliation of the costs and revenue declared in respect of the action/project with the corresponding accounting statements and supporting documents. IV.1.1. Eligible Direct Costs The eligible direct costs for the action are those costs which, with due regard for the conditions of eligibility set out above, are identifiable as specific costs directly linked to the performance of the action and which can therefore be booked to it directly. The full list of eligible direct costs can be found in the text of the call. Applicants are reminded that article 10 of the Model Grant Agreement published together with each call contains the rules that beneficiaries shall respect when purchasing services to subcontractors. IV.1.2. Eligible Indirect Costs A flat-rate amount of 7% of the total eligible direct costs of the action is eligible under indirect costs, representing the beneficiary's general administrative costs which can be regarded as chargeable to the action/project. Indirect costs may not include costs entered under another budget heading. Applicants attention is drawn to the fact that in the case of organisations receiving an operating grant, indirect costs are not eligible under specific actions. 10

11 IV.2. Non Eligible Costs return on capital; debt and debt service charges; provisions for losses or debts; interest owed; doubtful debts; exchange losses; any bank costs charged by the bank of a beneficiary on the transfers from the Agency; costs declared by a beneficiary and covered by another action receiving a European Union grant. In particular, indirect costs shall not be eligible under a grant for an action awarded to a beneficiary who already receives an operating grant financed from the Union budget during the period in question; contributions in kind; excessive or reckless expenditure; any costs incurred during a suspension of the action others (in accordance with the relevant legal base). V. Evaluation of Proposals The brief electronic message given by the SEP system after each submission is simply an acknowledgement of receipt. This message does not imply that a proposal has been considered admissible or accepted as eligible for evaluation. All applications will be examined and assessed by an evaluation committee. The assessment of each proposal will be based on the information provided by the applicants in the proposal submitted in reply to the call for proposals. In addition, the EASME reserves the right to use any other information from public or specialist sources. The information will be assessed in light of the eligibility, selection and award criteria set out in the call for proposals. The evaluation committee may ask an applicant to provide additional information or to clarify the supporting document submitted in connection with the application, in particular in the case of evident material errors. At the end of the evaluation, proposals will be: Proposed for award, in order of ranking, based on the score obtained after evaluation, and indicating the proposed amount to be awarded, Rejected, stating the reasons for rejection. The EASME can decide to draw a reserve list composed of rejected proposals which have obtained a score above the thresholds mentioned in the evaluation criteria form in order of ranking. 11

12 After the completion of the evaluation, applicants will be informed in writing about the results of the evaluation. VI. Award The EASME may decide to request applicants, whose proposals have been recommended for award by the evaluation committee, to make certain limited adaptations to their proposal. In that case, applicants will receive a letter setting out the requested modifications which must stay within the limits of the request. This phase will not lead to a re-evaluation of the proposals. However, a proposal might be rejected if the applicant refuses to ensure a positive follow-up to the request. On the basis of a recommendation to award of the evaluation committee, a positive outcome of the suggested modifications to the proposal and a verification of additional documentation requested, the grant is awarded and the agreement signed. A decision to reject an application can be based on the following grounds: the application was submitted after the closing date; the application is incomplete or otherwise non-compliant with the stated administrative conditions or in any other way does not comply with the eligibility criteria as set out the call for proposals; the applicant or one or more participants are ineligible; the technical capacity is considered insufficient; the financial capacity is considered insufficient; the proposal has not reached the minimum scores as indicated in the award criteria detailed in the call for proposals. the score obtained by the proposal is not ranked amongst the best proposals considered for the award. The EASME 's decision to reject an application is final. Proposals included in a reserve list are to be considered as rejected. Should the EASME decide to award a grant to any of the proposals placed on the reserve list, the applicants will be informed. The reserve list will expire six months after the notification of the results of the call. After that date, proposals on the reserve list will be considered definitively rejected. The reserve list will be used in case the beneficiaries for which a project has been retained for funding decline to sign the grant agreement. 12

13 Annex - Checklist Please use the following questionnaire to help you present a complete proposal. Be as precise as possible. Incomplete proposals run the risk of being ineligible. This checklist and the questions below will help you submitting a complete proposal. It is not to be uploaded in SEP, nor to be submitted otherwise. TIME TABLE My proposal respects the scheduled start date : My proposal respects the maximum duration of the action FINANCING My budgetary proposal respects the maximum EU co-financing rate in % My budgetary proposal respects the maximum EU co-financing ceiling in I have duly filled in the budgetary form (Annex B2) providing the sources of co-financing I have duly filled in the budgetary form (Annex B2) for all costs I have duly filled in the budgetary form Annex B1a for staff costs I have duly filled in the budgetary form (Annex B2) for subcontracting costs ELIGIBILITY My proposal respects geographical conditions for eligibility My proposal respects the legal status criteria for applicants Neither I nor my coapplicants or affiliated entities are in any of the exclusion situations (art. 106/107 FR) My proposal corresponds to the definition of the target organisation (in accordance with the call for proposals) My proposal is strictly nonprofit-making SELECTION Yes/No Start date of proposal: Duration of the action: My proposed EU co-financing rate in% is: My proposed EU co-financing in is: My co-financing amounts to in : My costs amount to in : My costs relating to staff amount to in : My costs relating to subcontracting amount to in : Partners of my proposal are legally established in the following countries: My proposal involves the following coapplicants and affiliated entities: My organisation is/my partner organisations are: (explain how they correspond to the target organisation) Answer 13

14 I, my partners and (where appropriate) my affiliates have the required economic and financial capacity I (and partners) have the required operational capacity Of importance for the consortium in general, but in particular for the coordinator: Preparing your proposal Does your planned work fit with the call for proposals? Check that your proposed work does indeed address the topics open in this call. Is your proposal complete? Proposals must comprise a Part A, containing the administrative information including participant and project cost details on standard forms; and a Part B. A proposal that does not contain both parts will be considered ineligible and will not be evaluated. Does your proposal follow the required structure? Proposals should be precise and concise, and must follow exactly the proposal structure described in this document, which is designed to correspond to the evaluation criteria which will be applied. This structure varies for different funding schemes. Omitting requested information will almost certainly lead to lower scores and possible rejection. Have you maximised your chances? There will be strong competition. Therefore, edit your proposal tightly, strengthen or eliminate weak points. Put yourself in the place of an expert evaluator; refer to the evaluation criteria indicated in the call text. Arrange for your draft to be evaluated by experienced colleagues; use their advice to improve it before submission. Final checks before submission Do you have the agreement of all the members of the consortium to submit this proposal on their behalf? Check once more the eligibility criteria mentioned in the call! This includes any budget limits. Remember the information given in part A is considered definitive. Is your Part B in portable document format (PDF)? Is the filename made up of the letters A to Z, and numbers 0 to 9? You should avoid special characters and spaces. Double check that you respect the font size and the page limitations for the different chapters! Have you virus-checked your computer? The SEP will automatically block the submission of any file containing a virus. Have you made yourself familiar with the SEP in good time? Have you allowed time to submit a first version of your proposal well in advance of the deadline (at least several days before), and then to continue to improve it with regular resubmissions? Have you completed the submission process for your latest version? Following submission Information submitted to the SEP remains encrypted until the deadline and can only be viewed by the applicant. It is strongly recommended that you check that all your material has been successfully uploaded and submitted, that you have submitted the correct Part B files and that they are readable and printable. You can revise and resubmit your proposal at any time up to the call deadline. 14

Guide for Applicants COSME calls for proposals 2015

Guide for Applicants COSME calls for proposals 2015 Guide for Applicants COSME calls for proposals 2015 CONTENTS I. Introduction... 3 II. Preparation of the proposal... 3 II.1. Relevant documents... 3 II.2. Participants... 4 Consortium coordinator... 4

More information

Guide for Applicants

Guide for Applicants Third EU Health Programme (2014-2020) Project Grants (HP-PJ) Guide for Applicants Version 1.0 06 June 2014 Disclaimer This document is aimed at informing potential applicants for 3 rd EU Health Programme

More information

Frequently Asked Questions version 3.0 09.09.2014

Frequently Asked Questions version 3.0 09.09.2014 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) Department A - Operations Unit A1 - COSME Frequently Asked Questions version 3.0 09.09.2014 COS-WP2014-2-05- Call for

More information

Guide for Applicants 2015

Guide for Applicants 2015 Third EU Health Programme (2014-2020) Project Grants (HP-PJ-2015) Guide for Applicants 2015 11 June 2015 Disclaimer This document is aimed at informing potential applicants for 3 rd EU Health Programme

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS THE 2013 PEOPLE PROGRAMME GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS Marie Curie Actions (General Part) This document contains information common to the Marie Curie Actions. It is to be read in conjunction with the Guides for

More information

Administrative forms (Part A) Project proposal (Part B)

Administrative forms (Part A) Project proposal (Part B) Ref. Ares(2015)2346168-04/06/2015 Project Grants (HP-PJ) Administrative forms (Part A) Project proposal (Part B) Version 2.0 05 June 2015 Disclaimer This document is aimed at informing potential applicants

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2013/DAP/SAG/CAAM FOR CHILD ABDUCTION ALERT MECHANISMS SPECIFIC ACTION GRANTS

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2013/DAP/SAG/CAAM FOR CHILD ABDUCTION ALERT MECHANISMS SPECIFIC ACTION GRANTS EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE Directorate A: Civil justice Unit A.4: Programme management SPECIFIC PROGRAMME "DAPHNE III (2007 2013) CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2013/DAP/SAG/CAAM FOR CHILD

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION EUROSTAT. Directorate C: National Accounts, Prices and Key Indicators. Call for proposals 21040/2014/003

EUROPEAN COMMISSION EUROSTAT. Directorate C: National Accounts, Prices and Key Indicators. Call for proposals 21040/2014/003 EUROPEAN COMMISSION EUROSTAT Directorate C: National Accounts, Prices and Key Indicators Call for proposals 21040/2014/003 PREPARATORY WORK FOR THE MODERNISATION OF PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS ON

More information

CLUSTER EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME

CLUSTER EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME Ref. Ares(2015)2037445-13/05/2015 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) COSME CALL FOR PROPOSALS CLUSTER EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME REF: COS-CLUSTER-2014-3-04-02

More information

H2020 Model Grant Agreement for Lump sum grants (H2020 MGA Lump sum Multi)

H2020 Model Grant Agreement for Lump sum grants (H2020 MGA Lump sum Multi) H2020 Model Grant Agreement for Lump sum grants (H2020 MGA Lump sum Multi) Version 1.0 9 June 2015 HISTORY OF CHANGES Version Publication date Changes 1.0 09.06.2015 Initial version 1 EUROPEAN COMMISSION

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS SUPPORT FOR EUROPEAN COOPERATION PROJECTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS SUPPORT FOR EUROPEAN COOPERATION PROJECTS Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency Culture Unit GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS SUPPORT FOR EUROPEAN COOPERATION PROJECTS CREATIVE EUROPE (2014-2020) CULTURE SUB-PROGRAMME VERSION: July 2014 Disclaimer:

More information

Version 0.3 25 September 2014

Version 0.3 25 September 2014 Guide for Grant Agreement Preparation Version 0.3 25 September 2014 Disclaimer: This document is aimed at assisting applicants and beneficiaries for Horizon 2020 funding. Its purpose is to explain the

More information

SPECIFIC PROGRAMME "CRIMINAL JUSTICE" (2007-2013) CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2012/JPEN/AG/EJT Action grants

SPECIFIC PROGRAMME CRIMINAL JUSTICE (2007-2013) CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2012/JPEN/AG/EJT Action grants EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE SPECIFIC PROGRAMME "CRIMINAL JUSTICE" (2007-2013) CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2012/JPEN/AG/EJT Action grants 1. INTRODUCTION On 12 February 2007, the Council

More information

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions SME Instrument Frequently Asked Questions Contents FOR APPLICANTS A. Eligibility and type of SMEs targeted... 2 B. Preparing your application and submitting your proposal... 4 C. Evaluation of your proposal...

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS GRANTS PROGRAMME 2016/2017 TRAINING IN CONFERENCE INTERPRETING

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS GRANTS PROGRAMME 2016/2017 TRAINING IN CONFERENCE INTERPRETING GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS GRANTS PROGRAMME 2016/2017 TRAINING IN CONFERENCE INTERPRETING The aim of this guide is to give a summary of the main points of the administrative and financial processes governing

More information

EUROPEAN RETURN FUND 2008-2013 1 GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS

EUROPEAN RETURN FUND 2008-2013 1 GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL HOME AFFAIRS Directorate C: Schengen EUROPEAN RETURN FUND 2008-2013 1 COMMUNITY ACTIONS GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS 1 The European Return Fund 2008-2013 was established

More information

SESAR 2020 EXPLORATORY RESEARCH INFO DAY PROPOSALS SUBMISSION & EVALUATION & PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS

SESAR 2020 EXPLORATORY RESEARCH INFO DAY PROPOSALS SUBMISSION & EVALUATION & PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS SESAR 2020 EXPLORATORY RESEARCH INFO DAY PROPOSALS SUBMISSION & EVALUATION & PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS ALESSANDRO PRISTER PROGRAMME MANAGER ER, SJU ER CALL COORDINATOR List of topics covered Call

More information

IMI2 MANUAL FOR SUBMISSION,

IMI2 MANUAL FOR SUBMISSION, Innovative Medicines Initiative IMI2 MANUAL FOR SUBMISSION, EVALUATION AND GRANT AWARD Innovative Medicines Initiative IMI/INT/2014-01783 Postal mail: IMI JU, TO 56, Office 6/5 1049 Brussels version 26

More information

Action grants to support national and transnational projects projects aiming to promote Union citizenship

Action grants to support national and transnational projects projects aiming to promote Union citizenship EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE CALL FOR PROPOSALS Action grants to support national and transnational projects projects aiming to promote Union citizenship RIGHTS, EQUALITY AND CITIZENSHIP

More information

BUDGET HEADING 04.03.03.03 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES OF UNDERTAKINGS CALL FOR PROPOSALS

BUDGET HEADING 04.03.03.03 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES OF UNDERTAKINGS CALL FOR PROPOSALS EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Labour Law BUDGET HEADING 04.03.03.03 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES

More information

(Announcements) ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES EUROPEAN COMMISSION

(Announcements) ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES EUROPEAN COMMISSION 23.10.2015 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 351/9 V (Announcements) ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES EUROPEAN COMMISSION CALL FOR PROPOSALS Support for information measures relating to the common agricultural

More information

Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme Operating Grants 2017 to Framework Partners active in the area: rights of persons with disabilities

Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme Operating Grants 2017 to Framework Partners active in the area: rights of persons with disabilities EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Social Affairs Disability and Inclusion Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme Operating Grants 2017 to Framework Partners active in

More information

SME INSTRUMENT PHASE 1 - FINAL REPORT SME Instrument Phase 1 FINAL REPORT

SME INSTRUMENT PHASE 1 - FINAL REPORT SME Instrument Phase 1 FINAL REPORT SME INSTRUMENT PHASE 1 - FINAL REPORT SME Instrument Phase 1 FINAL REPORT Grant Agreement number: Acronym: Title: Type of the action: SME Instrument Phase 1 Date of latest version of Annex I against which

More information

RFCS Information Package 2015

RFCS Information Package 2015 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Research Fund for Coal and Steel RFCS Information Package 2015 Volume I Proposal preparation and submission V18.07.2015 Table of contents 1 INTRODUCTION 5 2 FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

More information

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. Application procedures Call 2015 (EAC/A04/2014)

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. Application procedures Call 2015 (EAC/A04/2014) Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency SPORT, YOUTH AND EU AID VOLUNTEERS Application procedures Call 2015 (EAC/A04/2014) ERASMUS+ : SPORT COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS NOT-FOR-PROFIT EUROPEAN

More information

BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 08 CALL FOR PROPOSALS. Improving expertise in the field of industrial relations VP/2016/004

BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 08 CALL FOR PROPOSALS. Improving expertise in the field of industrial relations VP/2016/004 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Governance Social dialogue BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 08 Industrial relations and social dialogue CALL FOR PROPOSALS Improving

More information

CEF Energy model grant agreement

CEF Energy model grant agreement CEF Energy model grant agreement Main features, financial and reporting conditions CEF Energy Info Day Delphine Silhol - Legal Adviser, INEA 16 March 2015 Background Single model grant agreement for the

More information

Proposal template (technical annex) Health, demographic change and wellbeing Two-stage Research and Innovation actions Innovation actions

Proposal template (technical annex) Health, demographic change and wellbeing Two-stage Research and Innovation actions Innovation actions Proposal template (technical annex) Health, demographic change and wellbeing Two-stage Research and Innovation actions Innovation actions Note: This is for information only. The definitive templates to

More information

AUDIT CERTIFICATE GUIDANCE NOTES 6 TH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

AUDIT CERTIFICATE GUIDANCE NOTES 6 TH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME AUDIT CERTIFICATE GUIDANCE NOTES 6 TH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME GUIDANCE NOTES FOR CONTRACTORS AND CERTIFYING ENTITIES MATERIALS PREPARED BY INTERDEPARTMENTAL AUDIT CERTIFICATE WORKING GROUP VERSION 1 APPROVED

More information

Frequently asked questions. FP7 Financial Guide

Frequently asked questions. FP7 Financial Guide Frequently asked questions FP7 Financial Guide Budgetary matters Eligible costs of a project What are the criteria for determining whether the costs of a project are eligible? First of all, costs must

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE CALL FOR PROPOSALS Action grants to support projects on non-discrimination and Roma integration RIGHTS, EQUALITY AND CITIZENSHIP PROGRAMME (2014-2020) TABLE

More information

GRANT AGREEMENT. NUMBER 674463 i2d

GRANT AGREEMENT. NUMBER 674463 i2d EUROPEAN COMMISSION Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) Director GRANT AGREEMENT NUMBER 674463 i2d This Agreement ( the Agreement ) is between the following parties: on the

More information

TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in civil matters

TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in civil matters EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR JUSTICE and CONSUMERS CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2015/JCOO/AG TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in civil matters JUSTICE PROGRAMME (2014-2020)

More information

Amendments Guide for FP7 Grant Agreements

Amendments Guide for FP7 Grant Agreements Amendments Guide for FP7 Grant Agreements Version 10/09/2013 Disclaimer This guide is aimed at assisting beneficiaries. It is provided for information purposes only and its contents are not intended to

More information

PREPARATORY ACTION IN THE FIELD OF SPORT. Administrative and Financial Management Handbook

PREPARATORY ACTION IN THE FIELD OF SPORT. Administrative and Financial Management Handbook PREPARATORY ACTION IN THE FIELD OF SPORT Administrative and Financial Management Handbook The rules outlined in this Administrative and Financial Handbook apply to the projects funded by the Preparatory

More information

28 September 2007 LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS: ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL RULES

28 September 2007 LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS: ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL RULES 28 September 2007 LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS: ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL RULES 1 Table of Content 2 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS This document contains supplementary information to the

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs. Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Director

EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs. Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Director EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs Innovation and Advanced Manufacturing Director CALL FOR PROPOSALS Business transfers to employees creating

More information

2014 Online submission of Sport applications. Pre- registration and e-forms

2014 Online submission of Sport applications. Pre- registration and e-forms 2014 Online submission of Sport applications Pre- registration and e-forms Natasha Jovicic Bruno Breviglieri Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency 1 Overview of presentations EACEA Participant

More information

Guide to Financial Issues for Cleansky GAPs

Guide to Financial Issues for Cleansky GAPs Guide to Financial Issues for Cleansky GAPs Version of 16/01/2012 adopted by the Commission and subsequently adapted for the Clean Sky Joint Undertaking on 08/05/2012 Disclaimer This guide is aimed at

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS Theme 10: Security COORDINATION AND SUPPORT ACTION (COORDINATING) Call identifier Further copies of this Guide, together with all information related to this call for proposals, can

More information

URBACT III Programme Manual

URBACT III Programme Manual URBACT III Programme Manual Fact Sheet 2E Network Management Table of contents Fact Sheet 2E 0. Introduction... 1 1. Roles and responsibilities of Lead and Project Partners... 2 2. The legal framework...

More information

CALL FOR PROPOSALS EAC/S16/2014

CALL FOR PROPOSALS EAC/S16/2014 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Education and Culture Culture and Creativity Creative Europe programme MEDIA CALL FOR PROPOSALS EAC/S16/2014 Fostering European integration through culture by

More information

TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in criminal matters

TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in criminal matters EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR JUSTICE and CONSUMERS CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2015/JCOO/AG TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in criminal matters JUSTICE PROGRAMME (2014-2020)

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS SUPPORT FOR LITERARY TRANSLATION PROJECTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS SUPPORT FOR LITERARY TRANSLATION PROJECTS Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency Culture Unit GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS SUPPORT FOR LITERARY TRANSLATION PROJECTS CREATIVE EUROPE (2014-2020) CULTURE SUB-PROGRAMME VERSION: December 2013

More information

MANUAL FOR THE EURO-HEALTHY

MANUAL FOR THE EURO-HEALTHY MANUAL FOR THE EURO-HEALTHY INTERNAL AND PERIODIC PROJECT MONITORING AND REPORTING Coimbra, May, 2015 EURO-HEALTHY project has received funding from the European Union s Horizon 2020 research and innovation

More information

The Marie Curie Actions FP7 Financial Guidelines

The Marie Curie Actions FP7 Financial Guidelines The Marie Curie Actions FP7 Financial Guidelines SPECIFIC PROVISIONS RELATED TO MARIE CURIE ACTIONS FINANCED UNDER THE FP7 "PEOPLE" PROGRAMME Part 3: projects funded in the 2007-2011 Work Programmes calls

More information

Guide to Financial Issues relating to FP7 Indirect Actions

Guide to Financial Issues relating to FP7 Indirect Actions Guide to Financial Issues relating to FP7 Indirect Actions Version 3/10/2014 Disclaimer This guide is aimed at assisting beneficiaries. It is provided for information purposes only and its contents are

More information

Horizon 2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreements

Horizon 2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreements Horizon 2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreements General Model Grant Agreement and specific Model Grant Agreements (ERC, SME Instrument, ERA-NET Cofund, PCP-PPI Cofund, EJP Cofund, Framework Partnerships

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE and CONSUMERS CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2014/RDAP/AG/HARM

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE and CONSUMERS CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2014/RDAP/AG/HARM EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE and CONSUMERS Call for proposals for action grants CALL FOR PROPOSALS Action grants to support transnational projects aiming to prevent, inform about and

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS COLLABORATIVE PROJECT Activity 2.3: Demonstration Activity This part of the guide is common to all calls using the above funding scheme. It should be read in conjunction with the call-specific

More information

BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.06 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES OF UNDERTAKINGS CALL FOR PROPOSALS

BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.06 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES OF UNDERTAKINGS CALL FOR PROPOSALS EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Labour Law BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.06 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR JUSTICE AND CONSUMERS

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR JUSTICE AND CONSUMERS EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR JUSTICE AND CONSUMERS CALL FOR PROPOSALS JUST/2015/JCOO/AG TOPIC: Action grants to support judicial cooperation in criminal matters relating to the criminal

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION RESEARCH EXECUTIVE AGENCY (REA) H2020 1 MODEL GRANT AGREEMENT FOR MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIPS 2 (MSC-IF MONO)

EUROPEAN COMMISSION RESEARCH EXECUTIVE AGENCY (REA) H2020 1 MODEL GRANT AGREEMENT FOR MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIPS 2 (MSC-IF MONO) EUROPEAN COMMISSION RESEARCH EXECUTIVE AGENCY (REA) Director H2020 1 MODEL GRANT AGREEMENT FOR MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE INDIVIDUAL FELLOWSHIPS 2 (MSC-IF MONO) Introductory remark MSC-IF Mono deviates from

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS European Commission THE SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME The Seventh Framework Programme focuses on Community activities in the field of research, technological development and demonstration (RTD) for the period

More information

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN HEKLA

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN HEKLA MANAGEMENT PLAN HEKLA CONTENT 1. Introduction --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 0 2. Project organisation and management --------------------------------------------

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION CONSUMERS, HEALTH, AGRICULTURE AND FOOD EXECUTIVE AGENCY

EUROPEAN COMMISSION CONSUMERS, HEALTH, AGRICULTURE AND FOOD EXECUTIVE AGENCY EUROPEAN COMMISSION CONSUMERS, HEALTH, AGRICULTURE AND FOOD EXECUTIVE AGENCY Health Unit Luxembourg, Chafea LB/JR/at Ares (2015) 2015 CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR PROJECTS: "Responding to health related challenges

More information

PREVENTION OF AND FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 2007-2013 ACTION GRANTS 2012 TARGETED CALL FOR PROPOSALS

PREVENTION OF AND FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 2007-2013 ACTION GRANTS 2012 TARGETED CALL FOR PROPOSALS PREVENTION OF AND FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 2007-2013 ACTION GRANTS 2012 TARGETED CALL FOR PROPOSALS Law enforcement cooperation through measures to set up Passenger Information Units in Member States for the

More information

H2020 rules for participation, new instruments, evaluation criteria

H2020 rules for participation, new instruments, evaluation criteria H2020 rules for participation, new instruments, evaluation criteria Disclaimer : H2020 Regulations are not yet adopted by the legislator. Any information contained in this presentation is legally not binding

More information

PROGRAMME MANUAL 3. APPLICATION STAGE

PROGRAMME MANUAL 3. APPLICATION STAGE PROGRAMME MANUAL 3. APPLICATION STAGE 3. APPLICATION STAGE...1 Introduction...3 3.1. Application procedure...6 3.1.1. Application Procedure for modular projects...6 3.1.2. Application Procedure for horizontal

More information

This section will go through proposal development step-by-step starting with the call search and finishing with the feedback from the Commission.

This section will go through proposal development step-by-step starting with the call search and finishing with the feedback from the Commission. 7 STEPS of Proposal Development This section will go through proposal development step-by-step starting with the call search and finishing with the feedback from the Commission. 1. Finding a call 2. Formulating

More information

PREANNOUNCES RESEARCH WITHIN PRIORITY SECTORS CALL FOR PROPOSALS

PREANNOUNCES RESEARCH WITHIN PRIORITY SECTORS CALL FOR PROPOSALS THE GENERAL SECRETARIAT FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY AS PROGRAMME OPERATOR OF THE GREEK-EEA RESEARCH PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTED UNDER THE GREEK FINANCIAL MECHANISM 2009-2014 PREANNOUNCES RESEARCH WITHIN PRIORITY

More information

Project reporting in FP6

Project reporting in FP6 Guidance notes for Integrated Projects, Networks of Excellence, Specific Targeted Research or Innovation Projects, Coordination Actions, Specific Support Actions, Co-operative Research Projects and Collective

More information

DG INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA ICT Policy Support Programme Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme

DG INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA ICT Policy Support Programme Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme DG INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA ICT Policy Support Programme Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme Guidance Notes on Project Reporting CIP ICT PSP Pilots A, Pilots B, Thematic Networks, Best

More information

EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: support@epss-fp7.org

EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: support@epss-fp7.org EPSS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) For support please contact: EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: support@epss-fp7.org A. General Questions: N.B.: For PIC-related

More information

ERC Rules for Submission and Evaluation

ERC Rules for Submission and Evaluation ERC Rules for Submission and Evaluation Version 1.0 15 April 2014 History of changes Version Date Change Page 1.0 15.04.2014 Footnotes 1, 2,3,4 and 5 were updated in line with adopted legal basis and publication

More information

Official Journal of the European Union

Official Journal of the European Union L 132/32 COMMISSION IMPLEMTING REGULATION (EU) No 447/2014 of 2 May 2014 on the specific rules for implementing Regulation (EU) No 231/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing an

More information

Horizon 2020. Proposal template for: H2020 Widespread 2014 1 Teaming

Horizon 2020. Proposal template for: H2020 Widespread 2014 1 Teaming Horizon 2020 Proposal template for: H2020 Widespread 2014 1 Teaming Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA) and Coordination and support action (CSA) 1 This proposal template has been designed to ensure

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS. Internal Security Fund

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS. Internal Security Fund GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS Internal Security Fund "Police" and "Borders and Visa" and Justice programme (part delegated to DG HOME) "Preventing and reducing drug demand and supply" 2015 DISCLAIMER These guidelines

More information

Guide for ERC Grant Holders Part II

Guide for ERC Grant Holders Part II EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL Guide for ERC Grant Holders Part II Reference Manual on Financial Management and Administration of the ERC Grants Starting and advanced grants Version 1-24/06/2008 Disclaimer:

More information

Regulation on the implementation of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014

Regulation on the implementation of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 Regulation on the implementation of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 adopted by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs pursuant to Article 8.8 of the Agreement between the Kingdom of Norway

More information

Regulation on the implementation of the European Economic Area (EEA) Financial Mechanism 2009-2014

Regulation on the implementation of the European Economic Area (EEA) Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 the European Economic Area (EEA) Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 adopted by the EEA Financial Mechanism Committee pursuant to Article 8.8 of Protocol 38b to the EEA Agreement on 13 January 2011 and confirmed

More information

GUIDANCE NOTES ON PROJECT REPORTING

GUIDANCE NOTES ON PROJECT REPORTING GUIDANCE NOTES ON PROJECT REPORTING Career Integration Grants (CIG) International Reintegration Grants (IRG) European Reintegration Grants (ERG) Marie Curie Actions http://ec.europa.eu/msca Version March

More information

IMPORTANT: Please be reminded that the deadline for submission of proposals is on the 20 th of August at 17H00.

IMPORTANT: Please be reminded that the deadline for submission of proposals is on the 20 th of August at 17H00. EUROPEAN COMMISSION Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) Unit A1 COSME Call for proposals - COS-WP2014-4-06 ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION EASME-COSME-ENTEDU-CALL-2014@ec.europa.eu

More information

PROPOSAL ACRONYM - ETN / EID / EJD (delete as appropriate and include as header on each page) START PAGE MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS

PROPOSAL ACRONYM - ETN / EID / EJD (delete as appropriate and include as header on each page) START PAGE MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS START PAGE MARIE SKŁODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS Innovative Training Networks (ITN) Call: H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015 PART B PROPOSAL ACRONYM This proposal is to be evaluated as: [ETN] [EID] [EJD] [delete as appropriate]

More information

BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 05 CALL FOR PROPOSALS VP/2014/002

BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 05 CALL FOR PROPOSALS VP/2014/002 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Social dialogue, Industrial Relations BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 05 Information and training

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG. Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Labour Law

EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG. Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Labour Law EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Labour Law BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.06 INFORMATION, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION OF REPRESENTATIVES

More information

10 minute guide. to the proposal submission version 3.2. 10 minutes guide to the proposal submission 1 of 37

10 minute guide. to the proposal submission version 3.2. 10 minutes guide to the proposal submission 1 of 37 10 minute guide to the proposal submission version 3.2 10 minutes guide to the proposal submission 1 of 37 All trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Adobe Reader, Adobe Acrobat Adobe

More information

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS ACTION GRANTS

GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS ACTION GRANTS EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE Directorate A: Civil justice Unit A.4: Programme management GUIDE FOR APPLICANTS *** ACTION GRANTS *** JUST/2013/JCIV/AG Civil Justice JUST/2013/JPEN/AG

More information

Guidelines for Applicants

Guidelines for Applicants Guidelines for Applicants CORNET 19 th Call for Proposals Opening National and Regional Programmes for transnational Collective Research between SME Associations and Research Organisations. Closing date:

More information

South East Europe (SEE) Implementation Manual

South East Europe (SEE) Implementation Manual South East Europe (SEE) Implementation Manual Version 5.0 Date of approval (v1.2): 8 th May 2009 1 st amendment (v2.1): 7th July 2009 2 nd amendment (v3.1): 21 st January 2011 3 rd amendment (v3.2): 27

More information

Guide to Financial Issues relating to FP7 Indirect Actions

Guide to Financial Issues relating to FP7 Indirect Actions Guide to Financial Issues relating to FP7 Indirect Actions Version 28/02/2011 Disclaimer This guide is aimed at assisting beneficiaries. It is provided for information purposes only and its contents are

More information

EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: support@epss-fp7.org

EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: support@epss-fp7.org EPSS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) For support please contact: EPSS Helpdesk - workdays from 08:00 to 20:00 - Phone: +32 2 23 33 760 E-mail: support@epss-fp7.org A. General Questions: N.B.: For PIC-related

More information

BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.08 CALL FOR PROPOSALS. Improving expertise in the field of industrial relations VP/2015/004

BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.08 CALL FOR PROPOSALS. Improving expertise in the field of industrial relations VP/2015/004 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Social dialogue, Industrial Relations BUDGET HEADING 04.03.01.08 Industrial relations

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL HOME AFFAIRS. Directorate B - Migration, Asylum. Preparatory Action HOME/2013/CFP/PARS

EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL HOME AFFAIRS. Directorate B - Migration, Asylum. Preparatory Action HOME/2013/CFP/PARS EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL HOME AFFAIRS Directorate B - Migration, Asylum Preparatory Action Network of contacts and discussion between targeted municipalities and local authorities on experiences

More information

Training of National Judges

Training of National Judges Training of National Judges Stay on track! Communications, amendments to Grant Agreements, penalties? DG Competition Structure of the presentation 1. Project life cycle 2. Communications with the EU Commission

More information

BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 05 CALL FOR PROPOSALS VP/2015/002

BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 05 CALL FOR PROPOSALS VP/2015/002 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion DG Employment and Social Legislation, Social Dialogue Social dialogue, Industrial Relations BUDGET HEADING 04 03 01 05 Information and training

More information

Guidelines for Applicants

Guidelines for Applicants Guidelines for Applicants CORNET 21 st Call for Proposals Combining national and regional programmes for international Collective Research for the benefit of SMEs. Closing date: 30 st of March 2016, 12

More information

The Financial Management of your Culture sub-programme Project

The Financial Management of your Culture sub-programme Project The Financial Management of your Culture sub-programme Project Please note that this document is based on the e-tutorial provided by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and

More information

Research proposal (Part B)

Research proposal (Part B) Research and Innovation Actions (RIA) Innovation Actions (IA) Research proposal (Part B) Version 1.1 3 November 2014 Disclaimer This document is aimed at informing potential applicants for Horizon 2020

More information

EUROPEAN COMMISSION INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA DIRECTORATE-GENERAL. [title of the project] Grant Agreement No ICT PSP GRANT AGREEMENT

EUROPEAN COMMISSION INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA DIRECTORATE-GENERAL. [title of the project] Grant Agreement No ICT PSP GRANT AGREEMENT EUROPEAN COMMISSION INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MEDIA DIRECTORATE-GENERAL [title of the project] Grant Agreement No ICT PSP GRANT AGREEMENT Version 3, 20/01/2012 GRANT AGREEMENT NO The European Union ( the

More information

Guide on beneficiary registration, validation and financial viability check

Guide on beneficiary registration, validation and financial viability check Guide on beneficiary registration, validation and financial viability check Version 1.1 28 July 2015 History of changes Version Date Change Page 1.1 28.07.2015 Hyperlink for the legal entity identification

More information

Guide for the evaluation of Sub-programme Environment LIFE project proposals 2014

Guide for the evaluation of Sub-programme Environment LIFE project proposals 2014 Guide for the evaluation of Sub-programme Environment LIFE project proposals 2014 This document aims at explaining to the public the criteria and procedures that will be used for the evaluation of LIFE

More information

HOME/2014/AMIF/AG/ASYL

HOME/2014/AMIF/AG/ASYL EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE-GENERAL MIGRATION AND HOME AFFAIRS ASYLUM, MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION FUND (AMIF) 2014-2020 HOME/2014/AMIF/AG/ASYL Call for proposals for Asylum Action Grants (ASYL CFP)

More information

Tender Evaluation and Contract Award

Tender Evaluation and Contract Award Brief 9 January 2011 Public Procurement Tender Evaluation and Contract Award C O N T E N T S Key principles governing the process of evaluation of tenders How does an evaluation panel operate? How does

More information

MODULE 7 - ACCOUNTING

MODULE 7 - ACCOUNTING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT FOR RECIPIENTS OF EU FUNDS FOR EXTERNAL ACTIONS MODULE 7 MODULE 7 - Real life story The project Human Relief and Rights was run by a public sector organisation which had its

More information

CALL FOR PROPOSALS MARE/2014/04. Support measures for small-scale fishing

CALL FOR PROPOSALS MARE/2014/04. Support measures for small-scale fishing Ref. Ares(2015)3122272-24/07/2015 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Budget Central Financial Service Procurements, contracts, and grants CALL FOR PROPOSALS MARE/2014/04 Support measures for small-scale fishing Contents

More information

FP7 Project reporting. FP7 INCO National Contact Points Meeting 9 June 2010 - Athens Anne Mandenoff - European Commission - RTD A.

FP7 Project reporting. FP7 INCO National Contact Points Meeting 9 June 2010 - Athens Anne Mandenoff - European Commission - RTD A. FP7 Project reporting FP7 INCO National Contact Points Meeting 9 June 2010 - Athens Anne Mandenoff - European Commission - RTD A.6 Reference documents 1 Model grant agreement - Grant Agreement (GA): Article

More information

Guide for reporting, documentation of activities and financial management of grants, 2016

Guide for reporting, documentation of activities and financial management of grants, 2016 Nordplus Adult Guide for reporting, documentation of activities and financial management of grants, 2016 All beneficiaries of the Nordplus Adult programme must submit a final report to the programme administration

More information

COMMISSION DECISION. of XXX

COMMISSION DECISION. of XXX EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, XXX [ ](2014) XXX draft COMMISSION DECISION of XXX authorising the use of reimbursement on the basis of unit costs for actions requiring the conduct of clinical studies under

More information